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RP Mattick, PJ Clare, A Aiken, M Wadolowski, D Hutchinson, J Najman, T Slade, R Bruno, N McBride, K Kypri, L Vogl and L Degenhardt
Abstract
Some parents supply alcohol to their children, reportedly to reduce harm, yet longitudinal research on risks associated with such supply is compromised by short periods of observation and potential confounding. We aimed to investigate associations between parental supply and supply from other (non-parental) sources, with subsequent drinking outcomes over a 6-year period of adolescence, adjusting for child, parent, family, and peer variables.
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Parent, Developmental psychology, Mother, Childhood, Experimental design, Puberty, Longitudinal study, Cohort study
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